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I just installed a set of KMD led lights on my front bumper. Wired them into the factory fog light harness and it works perfectly. I went with a flood pattern.
 

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I know there are people using them for that, but it's kinda a wast since they're really too bright to be used on a daily basis. Yeah there is a the cool kid factor running them, but you'd be better served running D1's or D2's as they're intended, as auxiliary lighting.
 

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I went with the wide as fog and spot up top on my windsheild. I like the way they look and show light.
 

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I've got Dually amber fogs for my fogs and like the output and I don't get flashed at all


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My question is whether any of these alternatives function effectively as FOG LIGHTS, as opposed to auxiliary lights? By this I mean they provide the correct pattern to cut through fog and illuminate the road surface with minimal backscatter.
 

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My question is whether any of these alternatives function effectively as FOG LIGHTS, as opposed to auxiliary lights? By this I mean they provide the correct pattern to cut through fog and illuminate the road surface with minimal backscatter.
I think most don't get that point. Brighter is. Not always better, function/purpose is. Not a shot at anyone here. Just sayin.

Like every usually says and especially the sales people: "Look how bright the lights are!" While looking straight at them. I say no, let's look down the road/trail and see how bright the lights are and do they serve my purpose.
 
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